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Itasca Biological Station and Laboratories  [216]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/5771

Established in 1909, Itasca Biological Station and Labs (IBSL) is one of the oldest and largest continuously-operated inland field training centers in the United States. The station is located within Itasca State Park, a pristine site for the study of diverse organisms in undisturbed habitats.


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A test of ground application of 2, 4-D under hazel brush (Corylus spp.).

Hansen, Henry L. (North Central Weed Control Conference, 1951)

Invasion by red rasberry (Rubus strigosus) following spraying to control hazel brush

Hansen, Henry L. (North Central Weed Control Conference, 1951)

Extent of recovery of beaked hazel (Corylus cornuta) four years after spraying

Hansen, Henry L. (North Central Weed Control Conference, 1951)

The use of 2,4-D in eradication of poison ivy

Hansen, Henry L. (North Central Weed Control Conference, 1949)

Effects of 2, 4-D sprays on eastern white pine (Pinus strobus L.) seedlings growing under hazel brush

Hansen, Henry L. (North Central Weed Control Conference, 1949)

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